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McKelvey Homes celebrated construction of its new 85-home residential development in Lake St. Louis, Wyndemere Estates, located on Hwy. N, two miles West of Hwy. 40. A ground-breaking ceremony took place on Oct. 30. Pictured from left are Charlie Zeni, Mark Cohea and Tim Martin of McKelvey Homes; Lake Saint Louis City Administrator Paul Markworth; McKelvey Homes President Jim Brennan; Lake Saint Louis Mayor Kathy Schweikert; McKelvey Homes Sales Manager Sheri Luster; Jefferson Bank Vice President Allen Burnett; city staff members and Alderman Gary Torlina and his wife, Carolyn.

 

PEOPLE

Frontier Integrated Health Center has hired Dr. Andrew Rackovan, a board-certified chiropractic physician, certified medical examiner, specialist instructor for the Eastern Missouri Police Academy and certified personal trainer. Frontier Integrated Health is at 2011 Hwy. K in O’Fallon, and can be contacted at 379-5934 or frontierhealthcenter.com.

 

PLACES

Georgia Chiropractors welcomes The Mindful Body Massage Therapy to its O’Fallon location. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 978-6995.

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Cedar Lake Cellars recently added ’57 Chevy, a new semi-dry Missouri red blend from Roche Port, to its wine list. It is the first addition that Cedar Lake has introduced in two years.

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Allen Roofing & Siding, with offices in Ellisville, Missouri, and Caseyville, Illinois, has acquired the assets of G&W Roofing, which will give the company a location in St. Peters. Owners Lee Allen and Mike Schneller share 75 years of combined experience.

 

Crisis Nursery CEO DiAnne Mueller, Mayor Sally Faith and Bruce Sowatsky

Crisis Nursery CEO DiAnne Mueller, Mayor Sally Faith and Bruce Sowatsky

AWARDS & HONORS

Crisis Nurseries of St. Charles recently raised more than $92,000 at its ninth annual Over the Top for Tots luncheon, held at The Columns Banquet Center. The event benefited the agency’s three 24-hour St. Charles-area nurseries and its Healing Hearts art therapy program. John and Keri Crocker received the Healing Hearts Award, Jeff and Raegan Parrish received the Children’s Champion Award and Cuivre River Electric Cooperative, Inc. was given the Guardian Angel Award.

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Regions Bank announced that Betty Gonzales, a teller in O’Fallon, is the November 2014 recipient of the Regions Bank Better Life Award. The honor is given to associates who demonstrate outstanding dedication and job performance, as well as exemplary involvement and commitment to the community. Regions also donated $1,000 to FOCUS Marines Foundation, Gonzales’ charity of choice.

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St. Charles Community College’s Marketing and Communications Department received 17 regional awards at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations District 5 fall conference in Des Moines, Iowa, this fall. SCC won nine gold awards, four silver and four bronze awards. SCC also was recognized by the Missouri Community College Association in four award categories at its 50th annual convention held Nov. 5-7 in Branson.

 

NETWORKING & EVENTS

Greater St. Charles County Chamber of Commerce hosts a morning networking coffee from 7:30-9 a.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 10 at Commerce Bank 94 Crossing, 6271 Mid Rivers Mall Drive. RSVP to the Chamber at 946-0633.

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